Honestly Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends was so Iconic like
-The coolest kid in town, Jamez Withazee.
-The episode when Terrence made a friend named Red to be an evil Bloo but then Red and Bloo become friends and Red is arguably actually nicer than Bloo.
-“MAC and CHEESE?????” “BLOO CHEESE?????” “I MEAN CHEESE, LOUISE!!!”
-“No one’s allowed in the mall without money! It’s the law!”
-Imaginary Man, whose only weakness is flowers, and his archenemy Nemisister, whose weakness is messing up her flawless hair.
-The unicorn friends with the manly voices. Pretty sure one of them had a Brooklyn accent.
-“RIP-OFF ARTIST!” “Ow! My shin!”
-They always had the “duh duh duuuuuh” before commercial break and their was one episode where it was done by some random friend who was singing to his music.
-“Now we’re brother ladies!”
-“It’s hot in Topeka”
-Frankie: Hey guys, what’s all the yelling about?
Ed: MAC GOT HIT BY A TRUCK!
Bloo: NO! IT’S A HUNDRED TIMES WORSE! MY BOY, MAC, THE GUY WE ALL KNOW AND LOVE……
Bloo:…….Can I get more juice?
Bloo: Okay. Mac is…..a big……. giant…… NEEEEEEEEEERD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-“She’s so awesome……”
“She’s so nice……”
“She’s so cool……”
-The food friends, who were imagined by hungry kids at a weight loss camp, and hide from the rest of the friends so they don’t get eaten.
-When Bloo tried to teach Mac how to be cool by showing him boy bands, juice commercials and badly dubbed samurai films.
-Bloo always forgets Berry’s name but he’s usually at least close, but then he calls he Heather.
-“I! FOUND! A! CARROT!”
-“Hello, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, how may I be of assistance? Is my refrigerator running? Hmm, why yes, I think it is! I’d better go catch it indeed!”
-“Maybe the other friends are right. Maybe you are ruining this party!”
“MAYBE YOU RUIN CHOCOLATE!”